When the hard drive is working there often is a high-pitched noise, not terribly loud but very annoying and other times it literally (or perhaps sonically) turns into a ticking clock. (Maybe the high-pitch just clicks the wrong way with my 'frequency interception devices' but I really hope I can remove the noise by installing a SSD drive instead - without knowing if it is possible at all)
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